LiteSpeed Cache can be a great way to maximize your website speed using only the default configuration. LiteSpeed Cache communicates directly with the LiteSpeed installation on the server to save and handle static copies of dynamic websites, which significantly reduces the loading time of the store page.
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If you have WordPress and a server that supports Litespeed, it is worth enabling LiteSpeed Cache in the WordPress panel, the whole process requires several steps.1) As a first step, make sure Redis is turned on.
To do this, go to cPanel -> Redis Server.
When turned on, it should look like this:
2) You need to install the LiteSpeed Cache plugin from the WordPress panel, so go to Plugins -> Add New.
Search for LiteSpeed Cache plugin and then click Install Now.
After installation click Activate.
After enabling you will be redirected to the plugins panel where on the LiteSpeed Cache plugin bar you should click settings.
Then go to the tab  Object.
Here, you need to turn on the Object Cache, change the method to Redis and fill in the pools Host, Port and Password , the data to be entered is in the Redis instance that was enabled in point 1 of this guide.
After completing the data, click save changes.
After following the steps above, LiteSpeed Cache has been enabled in WordPress.
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